Curry Pepper Soup

The most perfect thing about having green, red, yellow, and orange bell peppers for breakfast is:

Leftovers can be turned into a wonderful meal for lunch or dinner like soup.

I made this curry soup with the following ingredients that I have on hand at home. The ingredients made this soup immaculate.

Curry Pepper Soup Ingredients:

Diced yellow onions

Diced garlic

Diced tomatoes in tomato sauce

Salt

Pepper

Garlic powder

Garlic salt

Curry powder

Onion powder

Rice

green chilies

Roasted green, red, yellow, and orange peppers

Black beans

White beans

Ground mustard

Vegetable Broth

Chili powder

Spicy avocado

Parsley

Basil

Chili season

So here is the break down. I made Chili about a week ago. So I added to it and made this soup. The ingredients are above.

Here’s the chili on flat bread.

Chili Recipe

*Olive oil in pot.

*Sauté onions, garlic, and green peppers.

*Add white beans

*Season with chili season, chili powder, salt, pepper, basil, ground mustard, and parsley

*Add dice tomatoes in tomato sauce

*combine with sour cream and spicy hummus

Curry Pepper Soup

*Start out by chopping onions and garlic cloves

*Spray baking dish with vegetable oil

*Rub olive oil on peppers and season with garlic salt, onion seasoning, and curry powder

*Roast Peppers for 40 minutes. 20 minutes on each side

*Place a little Olive oil in pan and sauté onions and garlic once peppers are roasted charred place them in pot to be sautéed a little.

*Pour Chili in pot with sauté mix

* Add cooked rice and green chilies if you would like

* Pour juice off of black beans and wash off

*Place how every much you would like in the sauté mix

* Pour vegetable broth in pot with mixture. I poured the whole box of broth in pot and let it boil.

* After it boil for about 45 minutes I mashed the peppers into the mixture to broke up. You can use a hand blender or a blender like a ninja to mix the soup blend. I did not want mine that fine. I wanted my beans in tactic.

* I let it boil an additional 15 minutes.

After it cools it is time to eat. Now let’s eat! Let me know your thoughts.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Cathryn says:

    I love how you transformed your ingredients. Looks delicious.

    1. Thanks Cathryn. I transformed them into what I like. It is always best to put what you like and then you will eat it. Very delicious.

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